Lang Lang Don't Cry!
Animal Shelter Cafe
There’s 90-minute time limit when it’s busy, otherwise your welcome to hang out. Reservations are highly recommended and the reservation system is available in English. I highly recommend making a reservation!
Inside the cafe, they have 4 cats and 4 dogs. When you make your reservation online, you’ll have to decide if you want to eat in the cat area or the dog area.
Lang Lang Don't Cry! 浪浪別哭
The dog area is in the front of the cafe next to the entrance while the dog cafe is in the back. Lang Lang Don’t Cry (exact translation of 浪浪別哭) is an animal cafe in Taipei, that works with animal shelters. That means all the pets there are available for adoption!
They have 3 locations: Taipei, Taichung and Tainan.
The animals there are absolutely loved! From the staff and the guests! Ideally, if you don’t have a pet, you can still care for one by going to this 浪浪別哭 animal cafe in Taipei.
The pets are fed well, have toys and the staff trains them to follow basic commands (at least for the dogs).
Pesto Sauce Risotto Chicken NT$290: 8/10
+NT$90 for the set (black tea/milk tea/coffee and a salad)
I love risotto, so I’m normally pretty critical. This isn’t like your typical creamy/cheesy risotto, this is a pesto sauce risotto. Although it lacks creaminess, it’s full of pesto flavor with fluffy rice. Within the risotto, you can also find some vegetables like baby corn and broccoli.
I was incredibly impressed by the chicken! It was perfectly juicy and crispy! That chicken was so good that it paired perfectly with the pesto risotto.
Fisherman's Seafood Soup NT$260: 8/10
The soup was flavorful while also not being too rich. A very delicate balance that was executed perfectly. The quality of the seafood was pretty good and I wasn’t expecting the food to be this food at an animal cafe!
Lang Lang Don't Cry! 浪浪別哭 Menu And Additional Photos
Lang Lang Don't Cry! 浪浪別哭 Location
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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